Mr. & Mrs. Micco home from Niagara
NEW CASTLE and Jim Barber. Tom Villani and Mr. and Mrs. Micco home from Niagara Harry A. Micco and his bride of April 25, the former Miss Georgia Ann Padula, make their home at 410 Hawthorne St. after a motor trip to Niagara Falls. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Padula of 1326 Laurel Place and Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Micco of 1304 Wilmington Ave. The Rev. Clair F. Maroney read the triple ring rites to unite the couple at a nuptial high Mass in St. Vitus Church as Mr. Padula escorted his daughter to the altar. The bride wore a white gown of rosepoint lace with a high, stand-up stand-up stand-up collar, bishop sleeves and an A-line A-line A-line organza skirt with appliques of matching lace, repeated on the chapel train. Petals of organza and lace held her veil and she carried a colonial bouquet of daisies, rosebuds and carnations. Miss Karen Russo was maid of honor, with Frank Cammarata of Pittsburgh as best man. Miss Phyllis Padula, Miss Denise Lombardo, Miss Beth Perrotta and Miss Marilyn Fidel were bridesmaids while junior bridesmaids were Robin Padula and Margaret Conway. Karen Venturella was flower girl. Ushers included John 4 M rm ! bear- bear- Brady Flamino were junior ushers with Philip Marguriet as . Mrs. Frances Colao was organist and the reception was held in the Union Calabria Hall for 450. The newlyweds will live D. Mrs. Harry A. Micco -Kwolek -Kwolek bride. Hostesses were her aunts: Mrs. Robert A. Perrotta, Mrs. Pittsburgh in September when Robert D. Perrotta, Mrs. Albert Mr. Micco will resume his senior Russo and Mrs. Andrew year at the University of Lombardo. Pittsburgh; he is a math major. The groom's parents' A pre-nuptial pre-nuptial pre-nuptial shower in St. entertained in Popo's Restaurant Lucy's Church honored the after rehearsal.